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 Mars pictures reveal frozen sea   Nuclear fusion 'put to the test'    

It is three years since Professor Rusi Taleyarkhan made the controversial claim that he had achieved one of the holy grails of science - nuclear fusion.
Since then, he has grown tired of the scepticism of his fellow scientists.
"My lab has been audited, my instruments have been audited, my books have been audited, the data speaks for itself.
"The data has to speak for itself - I mean how can I answer that I know absolutely 100% sure that it is what I think it is? I just have to look at the data and the data have been looked at very carefully.

...Nuclear fusion is nature's atomic power .

Boinc projects

Astronomers say they have been stunned by the amount of energy released in a star explosion on the far side of our galaxy, 50,000 light-years away.

Large crater on Titan The Cassini spacecraft's latest flyby of Titan has produced a radar image of a 440km-wide (273 miles) crater.
Such features are rare on the Saturnian satellite as its surface, unlike many in the Solar System, is being reshaped.

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The Fermi paradox

Is the apparent contradiction between high estimates of the probability of the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations and the lack of evidence for or contact with such civilizations.

Earth and Moon Viewer This stunning website returns a computer-enhanced image of Earth, depicting day and night simultaneously. Fascinating stuff, as you can watch the shadow of darkness creep across every world region.
Antimatter Within seconds of its birth, the Universe should have destroyed itself in a battle between matter and its alter-ego - antimatter. Tiny but deadly, these particles could have halted the Universe before it had even begun. Discover how we survived to tell the tale.

    Can SETI succeed? Two different views.
Can SETI Succeed:? Not likely by By Ernst Mayr

Now read Carl Sagan's response to Mayr's critique
    Space Gallery

The Gallery

Brouse space pictures sent in by amateur

astronomers around the world

    How Life Starts
DNA StrandWhat makes a handful of chemicals spring to life?
By looking at how life started on Earth, astronomers can discover what clues to look for to hunt down life on other planets
    Hubble pics
Hubble's raw images are carefully processed to produce the stunning colour representations that appear on the front pages of newspapers
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    Black Holes

Invisible and deadly, black holes are the 'hungry monsters' of the Universe. But how can we be sure that they exist? And are they really so bad? Delve into the world of black holes

Future space flight

Voyager 1 is our most traveled spacecraft to date, clocking up a mammoth 12 billion km during its incredible journey to the edge of our Solar System. However, this long-haul trip has taken over 30 years to complete. What's more, even at speeds of over 35,000 mph, Voyager will take a further 20,000 years to reach the middle of the Oort Cloud, the hazy swarm of comets that surrounds the Solar System. Proxima Centauri, our nearest star, is twice this distance again. Clearly, if we want to explore further than our celestial doorstep, we must find new modes of space travel. From the feasible to the fantastic, here is a run-down of top transport options...

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